In the wake of an electoral rout and growing internal divisions, El Salvador’s left is facing its starkest crisis in decades.
Hilary Goodfriend is a writer and researcher based in San Salvador, El Salvador.
Hundreds of thousands of Salvadorans will soon be at risk of deportation — just the latest injustice they've suffered at the hands of the US state.
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Behind the heartwarming photo ops, USAID's projects in El Salvador are stealthily advancing the interests of the Salvadoran corporate class.
US policy in Central America under Trump appears to be shifting from bad to worse.
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Catholic activists like Maura Clarke, an American nun assassinated by a Salvadoran death squad in 1980, transformed missionary work into anti-imperialist solidarity.
As Trump's threats to immigrants grow, we should look back to the 1980s Central American sanctuary movement's victories.
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